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SCOTUS Won't Review Blockbuster NC Voting Rights Case

Lawyers for the Republican-controlled North Carolina General Assembly urged the Supreme Court to consider the case anyway, reasoning that the legislature and the state elections board - not the governor and his attorney general - are the real defendants in the case.


Comey invited to testify at House Oversight Committee hearing

Comey invited to testify at House Oversight Committee hearing

The letter from the senators to White House Counsel Donald McGahn, seeks "all White House records memorializing interactions with Mr. Comey relating to the FBI's investigation of alleged ties between President Trump's associates and Russian Federation, or the Clinton email investigation, including all audio recordings, transcripts, notes, summaries, or memoranda".



Firestorm over Comey's dismissal adds to Trump frustrations

Trump, referring to the FBI's investigation into Clinton's use of a private email server during her time as secretary of state, however said that the steady flow of news surrounding that probe helped him as a candidate in the 2016 presidential election.



Terry to retire at season's end?

I have to take my time in these 12 days to make the decision. Terry has spent much of the season on the substitutes' bench as Italian coach Antonio Conte opted for a three-man defensive system that required more speed than the veteran has.



French Jews 'relieved' Macron won, anxious over Le Pen's gains

The 39-year old former investment banker, who has never held elected office, became the youngest President and occupant of the √Člysee Palace. "It's a new way of working, it's a bit different to the right- and left-wing politics we normally have".


President Trump Meets With Turkish President Amid Tensions

President Trump Meets With Turkish President Amid Tensions

The YPG is the main component of the SDF. The arms provided the YPG have a very good chance of being used to support the PKK against the government of Turkey unless the United States can find a way to prevent it. The security analyst, former Turkish diplomat Aydin Selgen, believes Ankara is able to unilaterally take actions to protect its own interests if a threat to national security from Syria and Iraq becomes possible.